Cleveland isn't the city with a disgruntled All-Star player who is looking to get out of town ASAP.

Carmelo Anthony is still trying to find a way out of New York, and according to Frank Isola of the New York Daily News, Melo's "primary objective" is to force a trade to Houston where he can team up with James Harden and Chris Paul.

Per Frank Isola,

"Also, according to a source close to Anthony, his primary objective is to get moved to Houston. His camp is optimistic that a deal with the Rockets is going to happen."

The Knicks put the Melo trade talks on hold after hiring new GM Scott Perry, but that hasn't stopped team from inquiring about the 33-year old forward. 

The Oklahoma City Thunder recently thew their hat in the ring, although Isola reports those close to Carmelo don't believe he'd want to play in OKC and that he has his sights set on Houston only.